Monthly Archives: September 2016

Conservative and/or Reform – What to do with the Old and New Testaments?

As a woman, I think I’m sitting out the Torah portion this week.  That said, it’s been an interesting couple of weeks.  First, the “Eye for an eye, tooth for a tooth” rule, that was considered and improved upon by … Continue reading

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Remembering Mother Teresa

Holy people are holy people – regardless of their faith. I set aside a little time yesterday to go to a Catholic mass. A little late in the organizational effort, I nevertheless made the 6 pm acoustic guitar mass which … Continue reading

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Some Thoughts on the Question of Sacrifice

We begin the month of elul, a time of repairing relations and life for the Jewish people. At this time, it is customary to look toward the Torah, and look to a more conservative interpretation to see if we are … Continue reading

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